John Crump and C M Taylor
An immersive narrative app for fiction lovers. Gather the evidence. Crack the code. Resist our reptile overlords.
The Way, The Truth and The Dead
Alan Cadbury is back in the thrilling sequel to The Lifers' Club
The Book of Wag
A remarkable posthumous South London novel from a legendary editor
Richard W H Bray
A small world fractured in the wake of an untimely death
An epic novel about identity in the internet age
The Half Life of Joshua Jones
A genre-busting novel about love, death and self-discovery from the best-selling author of Random Acts of Heroic Love
The Book Of Bera Part One: Sea Paths
The first in a brand new series of Viking adventure fantasy novels
Narcissism For Beginners
Formerly 'Things We Can't Undo' - Sonny was five when he last saw his mother. At 21, he sets off on a journey to find her.
The Star Witness
The comedy legend’s first novel charts a TV soap star’s descent into disgrace and his attempts to recover his dignity
The Story of John Nightly
A novel about the rise and fall of a 70s musical prodigy
A Murder To Die For
A darkly comic farce about a murder at a murder mystery festival
A tale of two families torn apart by hidden debts of love...
The Pumilio Child
A dark Renaissance thriller exposing one of history's most depraved secrets
The Pagoda Tree
An epic novel set in eighteenth-century India about love, loss and exile, and the fate of individuals when two cultures collide
Sylvia Linsteadt and Rima Staines
A post-apocalyptic novel rooted deep in the folkloric traditions of Old Europe, and set in a wildly re-imagined Northern California
On The House
A tale of murder, suicide and the treatment of inmates in a small Suffolk workhouse in 1838
The Wall In The Head
A black comedy about love, loss, the death of dreams, failure, bad TV, bad jokes, brutalist buildings. And Birmingham.
Dazzling The Gods
A brother returns from exile to stir up the past. A widower observes his daughter blossoming amid the carnage of war. A short story collection
Celebrity culture is rife but the best stories belong to ordinary people.
Ghosts In The Machine
A novel about one woman's fear of dying and her relentless pursuit of eternal life
A delusional girl’s very misguided search for love
The Sewing Machine
3 secrets. 27 notebooks. 4 generations. 1 blog. Millions of stitches.
Between the Regions of Kindness
A novel about the costs of peace – and whether family or conscience should come first
The Fox of Richmond Park
If the Animals of Farthing Wood had lived in London and hated each other a little bit more, their story may have been a lot like this one.
Daniel Helmqvist, a PI in Mars’s only city, risks his career and his life to solve two high-stakes cases
The Last Truth
The Last Truth is about denial and the burden of unwanted responsibility. The damage caused leads a divided family to violence, destruction, and understanding
All The Perverse Angels
Sarah K. Marr
Spanning Victorian Oxford to the London of the 1980s, “All the Perverse Angels” is a novel about the nature of loss and the confusion of love, about the stories we are told and the stories we tell ourselves
The Backstreets of Purgatory
Caravaggio in Glasgow: A Tale of Art, Insanity and Irn Bru
A man trapped in a desert rebuilds the boat that he was shipwrecked on hundreds of miles from where it sank
Ten Little Astronauts
An Agatha Christie-inspired murder mystery novella set on board an interstellar spacecraft